Category Archives: Agile Testing

Agile Developer-Testing Myths

This is not about agility, this is about acting responsibly. Developers – stop making excuses not to test. Managers / Product Owners – stop accepting myths about why testing isn’t happening. With that in mind, I present you the top … Continue reading

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Why so Agile?

I’ve said it before, and here I am saying it again – Change is hard.   The largest obstacle to any organization looking to adopt more agile development practices is that transition – we are creatures of habit and now we … Continue reading

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Why aren’t you unit testing yet?

Constant focus on quality and code health is critical for the long  term viability and maintainability of software.  This focus on quality  is a trademark of agile teams but you don’t have to be ‘doing the Agile’  to focus on … Continue reading

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But what about the testers?

I spent last week at Agilepalooza in Minneapolis. What a great event! We talked about Agile development processes and Agile mindsets. We learned about Dude’s Law from David Hussman, and why we need to concentrate on the actual product and … Continue reading

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Is Quality an Absolute?

Last post I made the point that anything you build… any document you create… that doesn’t result in revenue for the business… is wasting time and money. Personally, unless you build software as a hobby… I am not sure how … Continue reading

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